日本での一年間

November 26, 2008

Yamanote Line Project (Part 2) – Shin-okubo

Filed under: Tokyo places, Yamanote-Sen — myyearinjapan @ 4:32 pm

2nd stop on the Yamanote line (if you start from Shinjuku going towards Ikebukuro), Shin-okubo.

sign for the shin-okubo station

sign for the shin-okubo station

A worker takes a break in his truck.

A worker takes a break in his truck.

A mural near the station

A mural near the station

Another part of the same mural as above

Another part of the same mural as above

Billboards written in Korean that can be seen from the platform. Shin-okubo is an area with a lot of Koreans.

Billboards written in Korean that can be seen from the platform. Shin-okubo is an area with a lot of Koreans.

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3 Comments »

  1. Amazing photos

    Comment by Ellen Cere — December 10, 2010 @ 6:49 pm

  2. […] of the top half of the Yamanote line, I started at Shinjuku station, and went clockwise, visiting Shinokubo, Takadanobaba, Mejiro, Ikebukuro, Otsuka, Sugamo, Komagome, Tabata, Nishinippori, Nippori, […]

    Pingback by Yamanote Line Project (Part 16) - Yoyogi Station « 日本での一年間 — January 9, 2011 @ 12:11 am

  3. […] started in Shinjuku, then went clockwise to Shinokubo, Takadanobaba, Mejiro, Ikebukuru, Otsuka, Sugamo, Kamagome, Tabata, Nishi-Nippori, Nippori, […]

    Pingback by Yamanote Line Project (Part 29) – Kanda Station « 日本での一年間 — January 26, 2011 @ 12:20 am


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